Hartford Hospital

Flow Tech Keeps Hartford Hospital’s ORs Running Safely and Efficiently

New construction is always an exciting thing. Everything in a building is brand new, never been used, and is in tip-top condition, including the HVAC and building systems. Eventually time passes and that brand new building becomes 10 years old, then 20, 30, and eventually 40+. Those once state-of-the-art and brand new building systems are now outdated, inefficient and need replacement.

Such was the case with Hartford Hospital’s Bliss Building. Built in 1970, the buildings original air-handling units had never been replaced, but were in dire need. Today’s blog features the case study about how Flow Tech was able to replace three of the hospital’s air-handling units with our disrupting their ORs…

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SiteBilt™ at One Stamford Forum

BUILDING AIR-HANDLING SYSTEMS ONSITE WITH A DEADLINE Today’s post highlights a Flow Tech case study featuring our Air Enterprises SiteBilt™custom air-handling unit (AHU) line. SiteBilt™ is a type of AHU that is built and installed onsite to combat tight space restraints and quick time frames. Learn how Flow Tech and SiteBilt™ worked with this commercial building to meet…

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Twin City Fans Add Longevity – Colchester Water Fan

Maintaining equipment in proper working order is vital to any business, no matter the industry. It becomes especially important when that equipment is responsible for a whole town’s water supply. Today’s post is an account of how a Connecticut town turned to Flow Tech, Inc. to provide them with a solution for their outdated and failing fans.

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